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then and the needs of the army, random chance assigned arabic and studying get at the defense institute in monterey, california on 911. was immediately apparent my military career would be different from i might otherwise have expected. it was no longer a question whether or not i would go to war but simply when and where. i took part of the initial invasion of iraq as part of the 100 first airborne division air assault and after spending some time in baghdad going out on combat patrols with the infantry without -- as a woman soldier i surely wouldn't have used them. we pushed farther north and i was eventually assigned to a listening post observation post and with seven male soldiers we move to the other side of the mountain later and there were 20 or 30 men. i was the only female soldier for several more months of relative isolation. while i was out there i met this tall, handsome in ceo in charge of the observation post. they were proud to call themselves sisters, the support team. and i thought he was funny and handsome, witty, sarcastic, smart. but iraq is not romantic. we could start dating a
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